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Does medicare pay for home blood draws?

Updated: Jan 6, 2022

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Medicare Part-B covers necessary mobile outpatient laboratory testing, such as diagnostic blood tests, urinalysis, tests on tissue specimens, and some screening tests determined medically necessary to effectively diagnose or treat a health condition by a physician.

Diagnostic blood testing is a simple yet important tool for your healthcare provider which helps to track your health, screens for risk factors, assists in disease prevention or manage a condition.

Home blood draw, at your convenience

Med2U is contracted with Medicare Part-B to bring you convenient and reliable home blood draws and clinical laboratory processing right to your door. Private residents, assisted living facilities, and independent living communities.

Do I qualify for Home Blood Draws?

To qualify for Medicare outpatient laboratory services, you must get a referral from your doctor, physician assistant, nurse practitioner or clinical nurse specialist. Any laboratory requisition, such as LabCorp or Quest Diagnostics, can be serviced my Med2U as long as your Medicare Part-B information is current and included in the documentation.

How do I request in-home lab services?

Send your doctors order or laboratory requisition directly to Med2U for service via fax or email.

Fax: 844-782-8329


You can also order now on our website:

Don't have your documentation?

Contact your physicians practice, home health, or healthcare agency and have them send it directly to Med2U Mobile Laboratory so we can service your blood draw in the comfort of your own home with no out-of-pocket expense.

Servicing Southern California

Med2U Home Blood Draw & Laboratory Services are currently available in Los Angeles County, Orange County, Inland Empire, Coachella Valley, Temecula Valley, and San Diego County only.

General Questions?

Call us at 844-886-3328 or visit our website

For more about Medicare Part-B coverage, visit the Medicare website

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